The Mandrem beach in Goa is situated to the north of Ashwem beach towards the Arambol beach. It is an isolated beach with vast stretches of empty sand that has very little shade and is located in the Pernem taluka which is the northernmost taluka of Goa.
Being a quiet beach one can even see white-bellied fish eagles that live in the casuarina trees at the Goa Mandrem beach. Sometimes even the famous Olive Ridley marine turtles nest here.
One of the most preferred beaches for International & National
Tourists, the Mandrem Beach is known for its secluded location. The Mandrem beach is a beautiful deserted beach, just a few huts offering not-so-good food, but the beach and sea are worth it. Good places to eat include End of the World Cafe for fish & Oasis for superb tandoori chicken, prawns & bread.
One can even find a market area known as Madlamaz-Mandrem nearby where you get some nice food and drink. peopleusually
walk or hire scooters to get to this place. The Mandrem beach is one place where the privacy of the beach offers
tourists to take long walks, enjoy candle light dinners by the sea shore & lie star gazing on its sandy shores
and just rejuvenate !
The relentless waves, crystal clear water and golden sandy beaches make Mandrem beach paradise on earth.
Goa is the Tourist Capital of India. In 2010, there were more than two million tourists reported to have visited Goa,
about 1.2 million of who were from abroad. It is India's smallest state by area and the fourth smallest by population. In ancient Indian literature, Goa was known by many names such as Gomanta, Gomanchala, Gopakapattam, Gopakapuri, Govapuri, Govem, and Gomantak. Parashurambhoomi is a name that the region is referred to in certain inscriptions and texts such as the Puranas.
A native of Goa is called a Goan in English, Goenkar in Konkani, goês or goesa in Portuguese and Govekar in Marathi.
Located in West India in the region known as the Konkan, it is bounded by the state of Maharashtra to the north, and by Karnataka to the east and south, while the Arabian Sea forms its western coast. Goa is India's richest state with a GDP per capita two and a half times that of the country as a whole. It was ranked the best placed state by the Eleventh Finance Commission for its infrastructure and ranked on top for the best quality of life in India by the National Commission on Population.
Renowned for its beaches, places of worship and world heritage architecture, Goa is visited by large numbers of international and domestic tourists each year. It has rich diversity of Culture and Heritage.
Most of Goa is a part of the coastal country known as the Konkan, which is an escarpment rising up to the Western Ghats range of mountains, which separate it from the Deccan Plateau. It has rich Equatorial Forest cover. Goa's main rivers are the Mandovi, the Zuari, the Terekhol, Chapora River and the Sal. Goa features a tropical monsoon climate under the Köppen climate classification. Goa, being in the tropical zone and near the Arabian Sea, has a hot and humid climate for most of the year.
Goa's sole airport, the Dabolim Airport, is a military and civilian airport catering to domestic and international airlines that stop en route to other Indian destinations. The airport also handles a large number of chartered flights.